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macuenca committed Feb 27, 2011
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## This is a very simple instagram API implementation in PHP.
This first version depends on the Zend_Http_Client component from Zend Framework[1]. The code was made in such a way that it is HTTP client agnostic, but right now I'm working on an specific CURL-based client implementation so we don't depend on Zend Framework.
-You don't need to download the whole Zend Framework stack to make this implementation work. Just make sure you have the HTTP Client[2] and everything under the 'Client' tree[3], anyway, the minimal version is very small and you can downloaded right from here[4]
+You don't need to download the whole Zend Framework stack to make this implementation work. Just make sure you have the HTTP Client[2] and everything under the 'Client' tree[3], anyway, the minimal version is very small and you can download it right from here[4]
-If you take a look at the code, you'll notice that every method is mostly similar, with the exception of the endpoint, the number of params passed and the HTTP method performed. Yes, I did a first version of the API without a single one but a __call() method which, based on the endpoints mapping, created the right request and sent it to the server. After using it for a while, I just thought it was too simple, error prone and didn't help the auto-complete feature when you use a fancy IDE. This code is open source, so any ideas or suggestions will be welcomed, hope you use it and enjoy it!
+If you take a look at the code, you'll notice that every method is mostly similar, with the exception of the endpoint, the number of params passed and the HTTP method performed. Yes, I did a first version of the API without a single one but a __call() method which, based on the endpoints mapping, created the right request and sent it to the server. After using it for a while, I just thought it was too simple, error prone and didn't help the auto-complete feature when you use a fancy IDE. This code is open sourced, so any ideas or suggestions will be welcomed, hope you use it and enjoy it!
[1] http://framework.zend.com/
[2] http://framework.zend.com/svn/framework/standard/trunk/library/Zend/Http/Client.php

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